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The Warehouse Food Hall Welcomes Robert Rourk as General Manager

Rourk brings over 30 years of hospitality experience to The Warehouse

BOISE, ID – The Warehouse Food Hall, located on S. 8th Street in downtown Boise, welcomes Robert Rourk as general manager. The Warehouse is Boise’s culinary and entertainment hub with fifteen food, drink and retail vendors all under one roof.

Rourk brings nearly four decades of hospitality knowledge and experience to The Warehouse, most recently serving as senior strategy and operations manager for E3 Restaurant Group at Crave! Delivery where he managed all aspects of catering and ghost kitchen operations across four states.

In his role as general manager, Rourk’s responsibilities include maintaining a welcoming atmosphere for all guests, employees and vendors while curating an experience that engages the community and promotes The Warehouse as a destination for dining, entertainment and special events.

“The Warehouse offers one of the most unique dining experiences in Boise,” said Rourk. “I’m thrilled to be part of this growing community of local businesses and can’t wait to continue leading The Warehouse and its vendors to success.”

“Robert’s experience and expertise combined with his leadership skills will have a great impact on The Warehouse, its tenants and guests,” said senior vice president of Geronimo Hospitality Group Klaus Nitsch. “We’re happy to have him on our team and for him to continue to grow The Warehouse into one of the best attractions the city has to offer.”

To learn more about The Warehouse Food Hall, visit or follow The Warehouse on Facebook and Instagram.


About The Warehouse Food Hall

The Warehouse Food Hall is a place that takes pride in craftsmanship. With over 29,000 square feet, The Warehouse Food features the best-of-the-best independently owned businesses and local favorites. This hub of Boise’s finest is an extension of the 8th Street dining district with space for 20+ food and retail vendors. The Warehouse connects its vendors with the city’s residents and visitors while being a part of the culinary and social fabric of Boise. For food hall details, visit


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